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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by HotRodSteve, Aug 11, 2019.
Because there’s no such thing as too much Toadies.
more from the 90s:
i wish someone had pushed me to go to see them at abc no rio on that tour.
in another corner of the punk rock world in the nineties:
their last good album. actually the last one was pretty ok but my interest in ministry goes down sharply with filth pig.
the best ministry is synth pop ministry.
The only thing from the 90s I’m nostalgic for is being in my 20s, playing lots of music, and having comparatively few responsibilities.
and over in sweden, the hm-2s roared.
in the bay:
in new york:
in new orleans:
I used to play this CD a lot....and today still enjoy most of it.
Gin Blossoms - New Miserable Experience
Oh man, the '90s... So much good music, so many guitar-wielding meatheads who had no business being on a major label, but Nirvana made somebody a buttload of money, so everybody's army of A&R weasels descended on the Emerald City hoovering up every band that could keep their setlist straight. And where the hell did all those horn bands come from?
I'm in this video somewhere swinging my youthful head full of brown locks and jumping around like an idiot right up next to the stage. The video is too blurry to tell for sure which one is me, but I remember this show vividly.
Some of the afore-mentioned meatheads that were suddenly available at your local record store. Some of them were actually good... (and none of these were from Seattle)